Pride Pin Badge

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    10% of the sale of this item will benefit LGBT charities

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    Large Gay Pride Awareness Lapel Pin with bright hand applied enamel colour fills and gold plating pin and back.

    There will not be a magic day when we wake up and it’s now okay to express ourselves publicly. We make that day by doing things publicly until it’s simply the way things are.

    LGBT Pride Symbol to promote equality. Pin includes a clutch back and is individually poly bagged. Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start.

    • Nice Large Size Measures approximately: 3.2 x 2.3 cm

    Be seen. Be Visible. Be Proud. Because no one deserves to live in a closet, not even little H.Potter!

    It is absolutely imperative that every human being’s freedom and human rights are respected, all over the world. Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.

    “The next time someone asks you why LGBT Pride marches exist or why Gay Pride Month is June tell them ‘A bisexual woman named Brenda Howard thought it should be.’” – Brenda Howard Brenda Howard is known as the “Mother of Pride.” She was instrumental in organizing the first ever Pride marches: events that have become a vital part of the fight for acceptance. Howard was also one of the few activists to focus on rights for those who identified as bisexual or polyamorous: two groups that are often underrepresented in LGBTQ activism.

    “If a transvestite doesn’t say I’m gay and I’m proud and I’m a transvestite, then nobody else is going to hop up there and say I’m gay and I’m proud and I’m a transvestite for them.” – Marsha P. Johnson Another important figure in the Stonewall Riots, Marsha P. Johnson was also one of the first activists to fight for the rights and dignity of drag queens. She was vocal throughout her life about the unique struggles faced by those who dressed in drag and encouraged others not to become complacent and to continue fighting for rights and respect.

    Whether you're out, coming out, in the closet or an ally... Wear your beautifully finished badge with pride today!

     great gift idea    benefits lgbtq+ charities    gender fluid style

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